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1. C'mon DJ
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8. Make You Mine
9. Sun Going Down
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
A cool album 22 April 2004
By alexander laurence - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a group from Boston who has been around for a few years. It consists of Margaret Garrett on guitar and vocals, and Tara McManus on drums and vocals. They are two cool looking chicks that can make noise and really play rock and roll. They came into their own about a year ago when they did some John Peel sessions. They play original songs and some covers. They do songs by Howlin' Wolf, The Wailers, Chuck Berry, and The Outsiders. Their playing and singing has improved over the years. The sound Mr. Airplane Man has expanded over the years too. The mix psychedelic garage sounds with hard rock. Most of this was recorded in Memphis. It is a raw and good record that embraces many moods. "Don't Know Why" is one of the best songs I have heard in a while. I get a feeling that they drink a lot of whisky. Mr. Airplane Man is the best-looking blues band that I know.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Wicked messed up blues stuff 5 May 2005
By korova - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Raw and raunchy blues-influenced noise fest. Imagine PJ Harvey with a couple of fingers cut off and tons of reverb. Or Eleven:Eleven era Come, with Thalia on 'shrooms instead of heroin.

Yeah, now you're beginning to understand. Definitely worth picking up, especially for those nights where you're driving 500 miles in a '63 Sedan de Ville with a couple of pints of Night Train by your side...
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great stripped-down rock'n'roll 2 Nov. 2005
By Paul J. Escamilla - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those albums that just creeps up on you and takes over your soul. On first listen, it may not seem that special. The production is raw, the musicianship is rough-hewn and the vocals are nothing spectacular.

Then why does it end up being one of my favorite albums of the past two years? Because these two women have rock'n'roll pumping through their veins at full force. Drawing on all the right influences (delta blues, 60's garage rock, PJ Harvey, Mazzy Star, the Cramps and possibly the White Stripes), Mr. Airplane Man have created a near-flawless chunk of soul-drenched, attitudinal rock. It's deceptively simple, but after a few listens I was hooked.

This is not mainstream or slick in any way. It's for those of us who value soul over studio sheen, and true emotion over calculated theatrics. If you dig the aforementioned acts, you stand a good chance of liking Mr. Airplane Man. Give it a listen.
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